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Travel as I Have Envisioned It Could Be!

Introduction If you have followed my blogs at all, you know that we frequently take the camper on weekend, and occasionally, slightly longer treks. These have usually been focused on a single destination or event. Early this year, my wife, … Continue reading

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Who Am I and What Am I Doing Here?!

Blogging 101 – Day One I celebrated my first anniversary blogging this past January 2015. At the risk of sounding immodest, I consider myself something of a renaissance man—not quite a Leonardo da Vinci (although I did build and fly … Continue reading

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The Blue Angels – Thunder over Pensacola Bay

Introduction Note: Blue Angels – Thunder over the Bay is a continuation of events during our recent trip to Fort Pickens and Pensacola, Florida. The Fort Pickens campground offered a distinct advantage for me. The departure route for training flights … Continue reading

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Two Old Guys Trying to Recapture Their Youth – Part 1

Well, not exactly, but… John and I became friends as college classmates in the mid-1960s. In the spring of our junior year, we took off on spring break for a week’s trip to Florida. That was our first road trip. … Continue reading

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Russia’s Memorial to 9/11

Gesture of Respect or Unappreciated Lightning Rod for Controversy Or both? At the tip of Bayonne, New Jersey’s man-made cruise ship terminal peninsula stands a 100-foot tall tower made of steel sheathed in bronze. Described as “hypnotic and moving” in … Continue reading

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